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marine trying to understand why he was shot and killed by police. of centers palm springs insist they had no choice but to open fire killing 22-year-old corporal allen of san jose early saturday morning. lillian is in the newsroom with latest on the story. >> allen was stationed in twentynine palms about an hour away from palm springs where he and his friends went out friday night. evening took a tragic turn. during 4 years with the marine corporal allen was sent over seas including a deployment to afghanistan. which is why his sudden death over the weekend makes it so hard to process for those who knew him. corral lives across the street in san jose. he served his country and then he comes him and gets shot over here. very unfortunate. >>reporter: he was shot and killed by palm springs police in a parking garage early saturday morning. police say he and his friend began yelling derogatory xhentsd to 2 officers on bike patrol. the of the zeros instructed him to turn off the car but he refused which prompted one of the officers to claim through his passenger side window.
to understand why he was shot and killed by police. of centers palm springs insist they had no choice but to open fire killing 22-year-old corporal allen of san jose early saturday morning. lillian is in the newsroom with latest on the story. >> allen was stationed in twentynine palms about an hour away from palm springs where he and his friends went out friday night. evening took a tragic turn. during 4 years with the marine corporal allen was sent over seas including a deployment to afghanistan. which is why his sudden death over the weekend makes it so hard to process for those who knew him. corral lives across the street in san jose. he served his country and then he comes him and gets shot over here. very unfortunate. >>reporter: he was shot and killed by palm springs police in a parking garage early saturday morning. police say he and his friend began yelling derogatory xhentsd to 2 officers on bike patrol. the of the zeros instructed him to turn off the car but he refused which prompted one of the officers to claim through his passenger side window. police say that's w
by palm springs police in the early-morning hours of saturday, november 10. corp allen def lena was stationed at camp pendleton in southern california after returning from afghanistan. his family says he was planning to go to college. >> my son was a great kid well loved with charisma. his uppers in the marines, they loved him. everybody. he's worked different platoons in the battalion and he is well love. >> reporter: palm springs say he and a fellow marine why confronted by two officers inside a palm springs parking garage after they heard yelling. police said they talked with the marines earlier about public intoxication. as the officers approached they say the marines shouted obscenities and tried to drive off. with one officer hanging through the window the car struck the other officer before crashing near the garage exit. both officers fired their guns killing devalinna. >> two palm springs police officers opened fire on two unarmed marines killing my son. they didn't have to use deadly force. this wasn't a situation to where it had to come to a wrongful death. >> reporter
was shot and killed by palm springs police over the weekend. police said they had no choice but to shoot him inside a parking garage sunday morning. >> reporter: during his four years with the marines, he had been sent overseas, including a deployment to afghanistan which is why his sudden death over the weekend makes it hard to process. omar lived across the street from the devillena family. >> he serves his country and combs home and gets shot. >> reporter: he was shot and killed by palm springs police in a parking garage saturday morning. police say devillena and his friend gander recognizer to comments to officers -- began derogatory comments to officers. police say -- >> the suspect accelerated, directly towards the second officer, striking him and continued on with the initial officer suspended from the passenger's side window. >> reporter: police say the officers feared for their lives and began shooting at devillena he was pronounced dead. as they were investigating it became clear that devillena had just stolen someone's iphone and wallet. >> investigators began hearing the vict
one was shot and killed by palm springs police. he was a young marine and he was just back home from afghanistan. nbc bay area's jean elly has more. >> reporter: the american flag stands in front of the home today. the family is driving to palm strings to learn why the police shot and killed the marine. it happened in a downtown parking garage. police on bikes went to check out loud voices inside the lot. officers say they recognized the marine and his friend from an earlier run in with them, a drunken public incident. they ordered him to stop his car and when he drove off with one officer hanging out of the passenger side window and hit another officer, he fired. >> they made the statements from the officers involved and the evidence at the scene. we will have a better determination of what occurred and what led them to use their weapons. >> reporter: his friend was not hurt. police say they found a stolen phone and atm card in the car. he recently returned from a tour in afghanistan. he was based at 29 palms and weeks away from completing his service with the marines. family member
san jose to explain what happened in the shooting of a marine in san jose in palm springs. >> reporter: well, this marine attended piedmont high school here in san jose his sophomore and junior here and then transferred out. are calling this a tragedy. here is picture of him. 22 years old. he was stationed out of 29 palms. police in palm springs say two bicycle officers heard yelling in a parking garage and when they entered, they recognized him and his marine friend from a public intoxication from earlier that night and the men started to yell derogatory comments. one of the officers reached in the car. >> the suspect accelerated directly toward the other officer. >> reporter: the officers both fired their weapons and shot him which resulted in his death. the passenger was uninjured. the marine's family told me on the phone he's a good man who served in afghanistan. they say what police is describing is completely out of character. there's an american flag and patriotic stickers. neighbors say the family was also -- the family was always proud of him. >> you think you ar
in march down in palm springs again. >> i didn't know that. really? >> that's what he said. >> why does he so assume i will go? >> have to twist your arms to go to palm thing. -- palm springs. >> i have to check my engagements and see what's going on that weekend? >> you're free. >> isn't that interesting. i'm sitting next to frank sinatra who sang paul anka's song "my way. >> no, you're sitting next to slade in a hat. >> everybody get the dudes ready, we're going down. >> i'll be there for sure, man. take it easy, paul. >> yesterday, katy perry and russell brand went face to face in court. the basketball court, that is it. shazam. >> how did you like the game tonight, man? >> check this out. lakers game, first game of the season. russell brand shows up. five minutes later, katy perry shows up and katy perry's dad shows up with katy. >> who knew he was the six flags dude? and talk about awkward? >> did you say what's up? >> i know something else, they didn't look at each other, they didn't talk to each other. >> he cleaned a lot of toilets at the staples center last night to get that infor
cadillac. >>> the san jose man shot and killed by palm springs police officers is being laid to rest today. last night, family and friends holding a candlelight vigil for corporal allen viena at the mortuary in fremont. they say they want justice after palm springs police ran over him. his family says the officers went too far. >> we want to make sure that these guys, these two police men are behind bars. we will never stop until that happens. >> the officers involved in the shooting are on administrative leave in the palm springs police department. the family is in process of taking the department to court. >>> one of the men accused of the violent crime spree in san jose is scheduled to make a court appearance this afternoon. 26-year-old jonathan wilbanks faces suspicion of murder and two counts of attempted murder and four counts of robbery. he and a second suspect were involved in four robberies and a shooting death of a man at the 7/11 store and shootout with police where an officer was injured. the second suspect, here is the sketch, is on the loose this morning. there is a $20,000 r
a school situation. another coach will take over during the investigation. >>> palm scanning technology in the cafeteria causing worries for a few parents in carroll county. each student's palm is connected to an account. calf tear dwra staff say it's easier than using debit cards or cash. the district said the program is optional. >> we're tracking that data school by school. it has the -- the data we have runs between 5% and 15% of households. >> ten schools are using the technology right now. the district wants it at all 43 schools in the next 18 months. >>> it's the final weekend before thanksgiving. everybody's getting ready. lots to do. >> shopping, turkeys and worrying about the weather. what's it going to be like -- crazy, trying to get that turkey. let's check in with meteorologist wyatt everhart. did you buy that bird yet? >> i get to go to mom's house. i'll help out of course. when this comes to the bird, they're masters of this. clear skies, a few clouds blowing out to the east. so we're set for a clear cold night. look at the current temperatures across central maryland. 44
, the dream of rest, that unrest might arise. the dream of the palm, the pilgrims would enter the village. the dream of the village, that they depart with their palms and the house dreaming of his leveling and the exile as well, the dream of night that the day would be purified, the dream of day that the dark would be lifted, and the dream of the dream but who is to speak of this? i don't think this needs to be explained, it's called mad man with broom. the realist crows return at earliest morning. and the madman with broom, madman in his night shirt with a broom, he, too, returns. he thinks to roust the crows from the mulberry boughs by jabing and swirling his broom, by crazily twirling his broom in the wet summer air and hurling curses skyward beyond the boughs and the crows toward the fading gods beyond the fading stars. but the realist crows know it is only a man in a nightshirt after dawn; that the broom is a broom and that his cries are nothing more than words and half words the heavy air will swallow. they rise anyway from the tree, as best to quiet him and let morning be morning.
of time that rest might come, the dream of rest, that unrest might arise. the dream of the palm, the pilgrims would enter the village. the dream of the village, that they depart with their palms and the house dreaming of his leveling and the exile as well, the dream of night that the day would be purified, the dream of day that the dark would be lifted, and the dream of the dream but who is to speak of this? i don't think this needs to be explained, it's called mad man with broom. the realist crows return at earliest morning.
of twentynine palms. right where that sign says. that is where the book begins. it begins with a personal crisis and arrives -- it was no accident that i arrived at this particular landscape. it has been the site of her sort of pilgrimage. at that particular moment, i don't think i was aware of what i was doing. i did not say to myself, i am in big trouble with my life, i must go kill myself in the desert. but ultimately, that is what i was entering. later on, all the symbolism was there to receive me. and i began the process of healing and getting to know this place, which included, almost immediately, dealing with the fact that i was arriving in a landscape that had as many problems as mexico city with drugs. i was coming from a place of addiction and all the pain in and the struggle that goes with that. i was arriving in a place where meth labs were exploding. and where young marines were training and doing lots of drugs to escape the terrible reality in their heads and in their bodies. so if i was going to a site of ancient symbolism of restorative pilgrimage, i was also entering a place tha
happened. jean. >> reporter: his family is in palm springs tonight. they want to know more about what led up to that deadly shooting. his father does not believe his son would start something with police. he says his son was smarter than that. an american flag stands in front of allen's family's house in san jose. the family is driving to palm springs to learn more about why police shot and killed the 22-year-old marine. police say it happened early saturday morning in a downtown parking garage. police on bicycles went to check out loud voices inside the lot. officers recognized the marine and his friend from a drunk in public incident. police say they ordered him to stop his car. police fired, killing the san jose marine. >> after we collected the witness statement and the statement from the officers involved we will have a better determination of what actually occurred in the minds of the officers and what led them to use their weapons. >> his friend was not hurt. they found a atm card and stolen phone in the car. he recent cently returned from afghanistan. >> and now tonight t
- blanca ---esta noche, una familia de san jose se encuentra en palm springs, florida tratando de esclarecer la muerte de su hijo, un infante de marina. ---segn la policia de palm springs, alan de-villena, de 22 aÑos de edad, estaba con un amigo dentro de un vehiculo en un estacionamien to cuando la policia se acerc a hablar con ellos. ---segun la policia, un agente les pidio que detuvieran el carro y devillena, quien conducia, no obedecio. ---otro agente se metio al automovil por una ventana y devillena arroll a uno de los policias.. fue entonces que dispararon mortalmente contra l. blanca ---en san pablo, la policia investiga un caso de "violencia en la carretera" que no solo termino en un accidente de transito sino tambien en un tiroteo. take gfx ---el incidente ocurrio a eso del mediodia de hoy cuando 2 coches se accidentaron por la calle "greenwood" al norte de san pablo. ---los conductores de los carros comenzaron a discutir cuando uno de ellos, sac un arma y disparo contra el otro hiriendolo. ---el hechor huyo del lugar mientras que la victima se recupera en el hospital. b
also named tom but he is here today from palm springs. you live in palm springs tom? >> all over. >> all over. and thank you and i would like to thank my other friends. i saw so many of them here tonight and it's really nice that you came for our -- not just my friends but the friends of anacita and the others. thank you for coming. i also really think that we should thank kqmd. who else shows indian movies and honors indian people like tonight? this is a great, great honor to be here in city hall of san francisco. the person that nominated me for this award is laverne roberts. maybe some of you knew her as laverne morrisy. she went home to her reservation. she is piute and went to her home. where is her home? >> [inaudible] >> in earring ton nevada. we went there once and she has a beautiful house and live there is and now she is even running for the council of her tribe. laverne was going to surprise me and be here this evening, but she had an outbreak of one of her illnesses. her foot started to bleed and now she has to be on crutches for a while, so she had to turn
-bed rom house with five acres of land on the edge of 29 palms, right where the sign said next service 100 miles. that's where the book begins. it begins with a personal crisis and a rising -- it was no accident i arrive in the particular land scam. ultimately the desert has been the site of pilgrim age for me less than ya. and i -- at that particular moment, i don't think i was aware of what i was doing. i didn't say to myself i'm in big trouble with my life. i must go to the desert. but ultimately that's the space i was entering. and later on i realized that is all the symbolism was there to receive me. and began the process of healing and getting to know the place, which included almost immediately dealing with the fact that i was writing open a landscape that had as many problems as mexico city with drugs. i was coming from a place of addiction, and all of the pain and struggle that goes with that, and arriving in a place where meth was devastating landscape meth labs were exploding. and where young marines were training and doing lots of drugs to escape the terrible reality of their h
-old marine was returned to the family in the bay air y today. shot and killed by police in palm springs this past week. and kimberly terry at the freemont mortuary with more. there was overwhelming grief. the body of the corporal was brought inside the 22-year-old was shot. the morning of november 10th. during a confrontation. and used his as a weapon. and based at camp pendleton. and start college in ape few months. and planning on spending thanksgiving with them. >> he was excited. wrapping up the years in the marine core. came up here. last week and week before. >> the family says they want to know more details about exactly what led up to the shooting since according to them this is completely out of character for them. they want a,000 full investigation. independent of the palm springs police department or river side district. county district attorney any office that is. both officers involved in the shooting have been placeded on paid administrative leave. we were told by the family that the funeral is planned for wednesday, at 11:00 a.m. it is open to the public and will be held
. this was a situation where it didn't have to come to a wrongful death. >> reporter: the palm springs say that they had no choice. the man refused to stop the car, and used the car to drag another. police also say a stolen inmaat card was found. they're calling on the marines to step in and launch an independent investigation. >> we're not confident with just the palm springs police doing the investigation. we're not confident with the district attorney doing the investigation. >> reporter: again, that was kimberly terry reporting. >>> one year after he was killed in the line of duty, some people in vallejo are still struggling to deal with the death of officer jim capoot. he was killed after a high speed chase and foot pursuit. and today, his family and friends and colleagues gathered at vallejo city hall in his honor. members of his family and friends say they remember him as a man who constantly gave back to the community. he was forty-five years old. >>> and spartans football fans, we'll take you to tonight's big game. and nbc bay area setting out to end hunger now. we couldn't do it without the he
during a confrontation with police in palm springs. they say they don't have the closure that they need. >> reporter: while the riverside police investigate the shooting the family was here for the viewing which ended moments ago. earlier tonight they called for justice in the death of their son. cries for justice. >> justice for a.j. >> reporter: as young and old shed tears. >> you fight for your mother and father and children's freedom. the least we can do is give him the justice he deserves. >> reporter: the corporal did not die on the battlefield but in california miles from his base in twenty-nine palms. the police say they killed him after he le fused to pull over and allegedly drove into an officer. >> this is unjust. you know, they used excessive force. there is no need to fire shots in the torso whether they hit him. >> reporter: in the mortuary the family mourned. >> it's very sad. we're mad. i'm really mad too. he was my first son. and you know, he was the one that was going to give me my first grandkids. >> reporter: the officers involved were on routine administrative leave
jose que murio a balazos a manos de policias de palm spring fue sepultado este dia... take vo ---anoche en fremont... familiares y amigos del cabo allan de-vienna efectuaron una vigilia en memoria del joven... ---los familiares exigieron justicia luego que la policia de palm spring asegurara que de-vienna murio luego que supuestamente el marine trato de atropellar a un oficial que disparon varias veces contra el joven... ---el oficial involucrado en el tiroteo se encuentra realizando trabajos administrativos. stop open roll open blanca ---el hombre que anoche cayo en una cantera cuando buscaba a su gato cerca a la calle montgomery de oakland murio y su cadaver fue recobrado esta madrugada. take vo ---andrew malyon de 59 aÑos fue reportado desaparecido anoche a eso de las 7 cuando habia salido a buscar a su gato y las autoridades creen que debido a lo hmedo del terreno se resbalo cayendo al agua desde una altura de 100 pies. ---varios vecinos de la victima expresaron su pesar ante la muerte del hombre que fue descrito como muy amable. cesar ---un juez federal dictamino esta tarde que la
. here in the state of california from warm conditions down south, highs in low 80s in l.a. and palm springs up to fres clo, 67. then, showery conditions to our north around eureka. here in the bay area, some big clouds developing in early morning hours we'll see partly cloudy and main live sunny skies tomorrow. things looking good here, warmer conditions by wednesday. expect some active weather. unsettled weather. next couple days looking good. >> still ahead a study for expectant mothers. >> abc dr. richard bester will breakdown the research. >> shopping at goodwill stores for a deal. turns out there are tricks you need to know in order to find fabulous bargains. neighborhood search for a pit bull that killed a pet poodle. one kid in the family is calling for a major crack down on pit bulls. don't be on a troush get in on black friday deals. which items get cheaper in you wait until the last minute. that is coming up at 5:00. >>> a new study on pregnancy, the flu and autism drawing atension today. dannish researchers found if the mother reported having the;ñ flu during pregnancy t
identified the marine fromsan jose. now his father told the media in palm springs his son did serve in afghanistan and he was about to finish his tour in two months. early saturday morning police heard yelling from a parking garage and when they approached a car, there were two men inside and they heard der rogatory -- they heard nasty comments. one was partially hanging out of the window and they fired their weapons fearing for their safety. they are expected to be okay and we are trying to gather more information about him and where he went to school here. his family drove to palm springs to find out more information. he and his father told the media his son was out saturday night because he was celebrating the marine corp's birthday. we hope to find out more as the morning goes on, jeanine della vega, khou channel 11 news. >>> we have learned more about a scandal involving general david petraeus which now involves yet another high ranking official. general john allan, the top commander is now under investigation for reportedly exchanging inappropriate e- mails with a woman linked
morning to you, welcome to a brand-new day, i am palm pam cook. is it milder out there? well it is chilly for me? >> well, pam we have clear skies and it is 532 in and plantar 52 in san francisco and upper 60s in santa cruz, here is sal. >>> we have a problem coming out westbound and it is a huge backup because of a crash that is blocking at least one lane. traffic is backed up on to the antioch bridge. most people are not getting through quickly and that means pittsburgh and bay point is actually lighter than usual. you will be in for some big delays trying to get through. there is a backup already metering lights are on, let's go back to the desk. >>> and breaking news out of daily city where dozens of people have been forced to evacuate. this is a huge problem, flooding, water and mud, this is a look overhead from news chopper 2, you can tell but that's mud out in the street. we have new information on the damage this has caused and some new information, sarah? >> this is a water-main break and it you take a look behind me, this is four long city blocks that the water had to panhandle
. reggie kumar was there. he was shot from a palm springs police officer. >> this candlelight portion just got under way. family, friends started lighting candles. his family says that they want the palm springs police officers who shot and killed their loved one behind bars. this is in front of the cedar lawn mortuary. to honor the 22 year-old his body is inside of this chapel. the american flag is over his casket. last spring he and his friends yelled obscenities at police officers and they demanded that the turn off his car and the police say he refused. one of the officers climbed to the passenger's side window. that is wind the driver, this young marine, drove towards the other officer and one is not dead. they want justice. , perhaps the changes and protocol. for him to be shot the way that he was like that it does not make sense. it is not for a cop to start in the car and start shooting. >> usually the usually shoot to kill. they are killing so many people out here. and everywhere. why not start with a taser? >> the approach the started to file a claim with the palm springs police
to understand why he was shot and killed by police over the weekend in palm springs. police are trying to understand his behavior leading up to the shooting. corporal devillena was shot and killed in a parking garage police say he and his friend began yelling derogatory comments towards two officers on bike patrol the officers instructed devillena to turn off his car, police say he refused which promised one of the officers to climb through his passenger window police say that's when delittle leno stepped on the gas, -- >> to serve his country and comes home and gets shot, unfortunate. >> during his four years with the marines, the corporal had been sent overseas, including afghanistan. his sudden death over the weekend makes it hard for those who knew him to process what happened in palm springs. >>> s are trying to determine what caused the driver of a pick-up truck to -- veer into a reservoir killing the 70-year-old driver. witnesses saw him weaving 6:00 last night it crashed into a guardrail rolled over it and plunged into the reservoir. the dive team saw the headlights on in 15 f
that ultimately cost her the job. she was replaced by mark herd, who, in addition to buying palm for $1.2 billion, then quickly cancelling hp's palm related products was ousted over financial and personal improprieties. the next hp ceo bought autonomy software for $11.5 billion. then he was fired. among the hp board members approving the deal, current hp ceo meg whitman. she says her company was lied to by autonomy. >> we believe that there is a willful effort on the part of certain members of autonomy management to mislead shareholders when autonomy was a publicly held company and mislead potential buyers, including hp. >> so in a move sure to overshadow its new line of products, hp is taking an $8.8 billion charge on the autonomy deal, admitting it made a huge mistake, even though it's kind of glad it bought it. >> listen, what i will tell you about autonomy is we still like the business. we like the technology. we think it's going to be an important part of hp's -- hp software's growth strategy, but it is not as valuable as we had believed it to be. >> so what do you do about hp? buy stock whe
efficient evidently the sailor came there and said palm trees, warm weather, and look at the girls. and he remained. that's the end of the second part. the third part is in response to the op ed piece that margaret mcpeek wrote in the chronicle and the letters, i don't know if you've read them -- you should pick up -- the letters that a couple of, you know, irish americans wrote in response accusing cousin mcpeek of not having a sense of humor. it has to do with these tee shirts that target has produced for the st. patrick's day parade in which mrs. mcpeek derided the fact that they were making fun of the irish in the united states, you know, things like i survived the kelly murphy family gathering, things like that. and they wrote letters poking fun at what i thought was a couragous op ed piece. so this is in response to the irish americans who don't feel the pride that they should. and please excuse if i manhandle the irish manner of speaking. this is a joke told to me by one of my friends. he said that an american, an irish american, was golfing with his wife on a weekend. and h
broward and palm beach county which hope to finish counting tonight. miami dade finally finished earlier this afternoon. a record 2.4 million floridians voted this year by absentee ballot. many of those being submitted in the election's final three days. and absentees take much more time to count because they involve more checks to prevent voter fraud. >> am i embarrassed and disappointed by some of the things that happened? absolutely. but, i have to focus on simply getting it right. >> moving forward, i will do whatever it takes to ensure that this does not happen again in my county. >> a lot of people certainly felt like crying on election night as they stood in line. pick one example in miami. one thing they did, they forced six entire precincts to vote all in one polling location. and, remember, some people never even got to cast their ballot until wednesday morning after the race had already been declared, shep. >> shepard: you know, the analysts are saying if you look at the places where the votes are coming, the lead is just too much for governor romney to overcome. >> it's all a
, sunshine 71 big sur, 61 yosemite, low to mid 80s palm springs and los angeles, san diego 77. no need to worry about frost tonight, a few high clouds again with modifying air mass not going to cool as much overnight the only 30 at the reporting station is fairfield 39. tomorrow morning may hit 30 deeper inland valleys, officially upper 40s low 50s bay shore to the coast. next system not coming from the north high pressure is governing jet stream almost dew west storm system out to the west comes from the west when we see the increase in clouds and the cooling that will be because of the sea breeze thursday system comes in friday from the west, not a cold core system sill in the 60s with a chance of showers. saturday a break, different system comes from alaska sunday and monday, temperatures struggle by monday to get out of 50s. healthy rain sunday and monday, friday, not so much. >>> we've all had diet soda. new pepsi drink claims it can cut the fat in your body. pepsi special hit the market today in japan. soda infused with dextrin the same fiber found in many popular supplements sol
skate under the palm trees. coming up, it's not just humans who are stepping up to donate blood anymore. >> bieber is sitting on the couch and saving dogs. >> dogs donating to heaven other dogs. see how it's done. >> plus, a yacht rescue on the san francisco bae. and the 49ers quarterback controversy rolls on. we don't know who's starting on sunday, but coming up in sporlts, the sign that chaked its coming. after a mild day, temperatures are real cold. mid to upper 40s in the nort bay. we'll track your weekend forecast. i'll have the if you will time line of that coming up in that 7-day forecast. >>> authorities are looking into the cause of a natural gas leak. the blast happened in downtown springfield. fortunately, none seriously. police say it could have been much worse. very few people were in the area at the time because it had been evacuated earlier in the day after people reported smelling gas. the man bho played one of the most popular villains died. the actor was best-known as j.r. ewing on the popular nighttime dallas. he was battling a treatable form of cancer. he recently st
. ♪ >> reporter: palm beach county, florida cab bad place to live if you suffer from the "i want me some of that." the cars, the polazzos on the water, a conspicuous consumption and envy index as high as the humidity. >> within touching distance, all of that great, great wealth. >> it s range roefrts in front of you and behind you at the stoplight. wonderful, pricey restaurants. luxury hotels. for a person who has a propensity for greed, it is either the perfect place for them to live, as it tickles their greed, or the worst place. >> reporter: which bring us to our newlyweds you are about to meet, dalia and mike dip politte toe. they had big dreams, like any couple young and in love, aspirational at the very least. she had a $20,000 diamond engagement ring. check. he had a porsche in the garage. check. and they lived together in a quarter million dollar condo, not exactly in the right zip code but it was a perfectly fine starter place for two up and comers. their story for public consumption, the g-rated version, was love at first sight. mike was an internet entrepreneur and dalia, the business
of education is saying. >> and palm scanning technology allows carroll county students to pay for their lunch. why the policy is now under review. >>> a teacher at broad neck high school has been relieved of her duties. not only was she a teach are but she -- teacher, but she coached. >> reporter: the board reassigned erin thorn while the
right now...here's an explanation from our sister station... w-p-eec in west palm beach florida.. ...as to realll late if you cast your vvte ttday, line.voters showed up early tt this polling site in ccckeysville ... some waiting leaving. the clloe race and hot button baallo quustions made for long lines round the state .... evennwith a record more than 400 thousandd it was worth the waitt.. "its worth the two hour wait..some people ight have the two hour wait." pait." as of o'clock onight... the board of elections says 173 thousand marylanders have come out to vote... thhts about 48 here in maryland...its the &pballot questions thht people &paar watching tonight live team coverage.../ pcross... the state... with... peolple supporting... ann... opposing theedream act.../...and... first...same .. - sex... marriage marriagehere's a llok at the numbers right now... lib> we go llve to jeff abell in downtown baltimore......where marriage are gathering tonight maryland lawmakers held a special ssssion to expand gambling in maryland......but voters wanted a say on
rejected the republican party when they did it, and they shouldn't when owe palm does worse. >> a little -- obama does worth. >> a d little late. >> issue 3, obama on lateight. >> on october 1, president obama sat down with late nighwidaily show host jon stewart. mr. stewart questioned the president, about the event at the u.s. consulate in nibenghazi libya on september 11, when four americans were killed, including ambassador christopher stevens. >> other people were -- >> the truth is, infoation comes in, folks put it out thought the process, people , sy it's still incomplete. what i was up clear is we're going to do an investigation and figure out what happened.sa >> as part of the investigation, is it helping the communication between the divisions of, not just what happened in benghazi, but what happened within? i don't know, i would say even you wod admit, it was not the optimal response, at least to the american people as far as us being on the same page. >> here's what i'll say. >> yeah. >> if four americans get killed, it's not optimal. >> right. >> and we're going to fix it. an
. in fact palm beach county said even though saturday night early voting officially closed at 7:00. you will be able to stand in line and cast your ballot . the last person to vote early on saturday night will be 2:30 sunday morning. selects will be opened to allow people to come in and fill out absentee ballot. and then big election day tomorrow . so the crowds elections offices hope it will be more spret out. if you are in line 7 o'clock tomorrow night and there is a line. you will be able to put your vote in. democratic leading obama leading by one point and over the weekend tampa day tribune showed romney leading by six percent. we'll see soon. >>> and just a perfect circle your vote counts. especially in florida . mitt romney will be in florida, and ohio and boston to watch the election . he's voting for himself . the president of the united states was in ohio, wisconsin and virginia and today in wisconsin and ohio. i tell you one thing. these guys are sprinting and blitzing to the finish. >> if you look at the crowds, the president of the united states sounds like he's losing his
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